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ALMA MATER

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YUCAIPA HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER


In a beautiful green valley                             Where the sun shines bright and clear            And the mountains' constant vigil keep           Is the school we love so dear.

Our faith in her grows stronger                                As everyday goes by,                                                              Our loyalty again we pledge                                   To our Yucaipa High School..

Administration

3 months ago




Mr. Shad Kirkland

Principal

Lora Grisafe, Sr. Secretary
x1104




Mrs. Heather Seaton
Assistant Principal

Debbie Palluth, Secretary
x1107



Assistant Principal

Nanette Vazquez, Secretary
x1109



Assistant Principal

Jessica Smith, Secretary
 x1105

 
Athletic Director x1123
Matt Carpenter

Activities Director x1125
Robert Guillen

Registrar x1119 or x1122
Susan Johnson

Librarian x1120
Carat Conley

Main Office
x1101
Shelly Pedrino

Nurse x1178
Libby Hunter

Textbooks x1120
Candi Blair

Attendance x1117or x 1118
Melinda Johnson
Teri Maxwell

Yucaipa High School Campus Map
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Graduation Requirements

3 months ago

Yucaipa High School

According to the Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District Board Policy for Graduation Requirements/Standards of Proficiency BP/AR 6146, to earn a high school diploma, students must  earn a total of 225 credits in the following courses.

*A passing grade of "C-" or better must be earned in all courses taken at YHS in order to earn credit toward graduation.  A course for which a student earned a passing grade cannot be repeated for credit.

DEPARTMENT


COURSE

CREDITS

ENGLISH


English

40

SOCIAL STUDIES


World Geography

5

 


Modern World History

10

 


U.S. History

10



American Government/Economics

10

SCIENCE


Physical Science

10

 


Biology

10

MATHEMATICS


Algebra I

 

 


Geometry

 

 


Math Courses

 

 


(30 credits need to be completed in grades 9-12)

 

HEALTH


Health

5

PHYSICAL
EDUCATION


PE (to be taken in grades 9 and 10)

20

FINE ARTS


Fine Arts

10

or


or

 

FOREIGN
LANGUAGE


Foreign Language

 

ELECTIVES


Student choice

65

 

Cyberbullying Info.

over 2 years ago

School Districts' Ability to Combat Cyberbullying Given A Boost By a New Law.  

Effective January 1, 2009, the California Education Code will be amended to explicitly authorize school districts to suspend or expel students for bullying, including cyberbullying. Under the new law, acts of bullying by using the Internet (e.g., social networking sites, email), text-messaging, or other electronic devices (including telephones) can be grounds of discipline.  

Assembly Bill 86 defines bullying as an act by a student or group of students directed specifically against other students or school personnel that constitutes sexual harassment, hate violence, or severe or pervasive intentional harassment, threats, or intimidation that is disruptive, cause disorder, and invades the rights of others by creating an intimidating or hostile education environment. The definition includes acts that are committed in-person or by electronic means.  

While giving school districts officials the specific authority to suspend or expel students for bulling, Assembly Bill 86 allows disciplinary action to be taken whether harassment is committed physically, verbally, or electronically. School districts are still required to show a nexus between student misconduct and "school activity or school attendance."   

Should you have any questions reguarding Assembly Bill 86 and its impact on any matter(s) in your district, please contact 323.330.6300.

Textbook Room

about 1 month ago

     


Location: A-13
Hours: 7:30 - 3:30 (closed for Lunch check Library)
Contact us: 909-797-0106  ext. 1121 Mrs. Blair
 
Come in and a friendly
textbook TA will help
you with any book you desire!!



Online Textbook: Literature Language Arts: 9-12
http://my.hrw.com

Mrs. Mitts and Mrs. Hernandez received an award for Excellence in service and implementing the Destiny software program district-wide.

"Team of Two" Library-Textbooks School Spirit!!



New Student Info

6 months ago

 

Yucaipa High School

NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION INFORMATION

FOR STUDENTS NEW TO YUCAIPA/CALIMESA DISTRICT

 

2018/2019 School Year

 

New Student Packets will be available for pick up beginning on  Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

 

When packet is picked up, an appointment for paperwork screening with the Registrar will be made.  (Appointments will be approximately May 14 through May 31.)  These appointments are based on a first come, first served basis.

This appointment is for parents only, student need not attend.

 

New Student Orientation with the Counselors will be on Monday, June 11 at 10:00 a.m. in the Library.  (Students may not attend orientation if paperwork screening has not been completed with the Registrar.)  

 

If student and parent are not residing in Yucaipa until after June 11th orientation, there will be another registration in August.  These packets will be available starting June 18th.

 

If family is buying a house, close of escrow must occur before the student may register, unless parents are renting in Yucaipa prior to close of escrow. 



Thunderstruck 2015-2016

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